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Anxiety attacks

Posted by @froijenfaust, May 12, 2017

Hi! Im new here.. is there anyone who suffers the same situation like mine? I always feel like im going to faint and im always shaking everytime i go alone to any places.. its been quite long time since i experience this. Could anybody help me and give some advice. Thanks…

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Hello @froijenfaust,

Welcome to Connect; thank you for taking the time to share your story.. I moved your message to the Mental Health group so that you can meet others who have been in similar situations, and can share their experiences wth you.

You might be interested in viewing these discussions, where Connect members have written about social anxiety:
social anxiety: http://mayocl.in/2pJjDxO
Social anxiety Disorder: http://mayocl.in/2qecjxe
What to do for socially phobic depression and anxiety & bipolar: http://mayocl.in/2pvPRR9

In the meantime, I’d also like to introduce you to @twptrustrek @rspaulling @book2075 @piglit @littledreamer @roxie43 @helpmeplease1 @mamasitalucita @lesbatts, and I sincerely hope they will join in with some more insight for you.

@froijenfaust, we would love to know a bit more about you; have you talked to a counselor or therapist about your anxiety? Are you taking any medications?

I understand the fear. This is.my first post. I am new to this site, nut I recognize what you describe.
My panic attacks begin in my dreams and wake me up, feeling at 61 yr old that I am having a heart attack. I have begun to count by 3’s, 7’s etc. As far as I can go for 2 or 3 minutes. It seems to stop the insanity and I can see this as anxiety, not a heart attack. In my.case, my doctor suggested I try this and it has surely helped me. Whenever I feel stress building, I will begin to do this, or quietly.hum a favorite song. Fo me, I feel stronger each.time I “stave” anxiety off.

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I understand the fear. This is.my first post. I am new to this site, nut I recognize what you describe.
My panic attacks begin in my dreams and wake me up, feeling at 61 yr old that I am having a heart attack. I have begun to count by 3’s, 7’s etc. As far as I can go for 2 or 3 minutes. It seems to stop the insanity and I can see this as anxiety, not a heart attack. In my.case, my doctor suggested I try this and it has surely helped me. Whenever I feel stress building, I will begin to do this, or quietly.hum a favorite song. Fo me, I feel stronger each.time I “stave” anxiety off.

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That is a very good suggestion and it makes perfect sense. I am going to try it myself. I am so glad you are feeling stronger and are able to divert the anxiety. Stay strong.

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